Sunday, September 29, 2013
The Obsequies of Church Mother Rosabell Moore
Rosabell Richardson Moore was born to Thomas Richardson and Emma Vining Richardson on October 3, 1907. As her life flowered and bloomed married to Mr. Eddie Jackson, Sr., and to this union was born one son Rev. Eddie Jackson. She later married Alvin Moore.
Mother Moore, as she was fondly called was converted and baptized at the age of 12 by the late Bishop S. Lazard. Her church life was the continuous mainstay of her life and she became a member of Gordon Church of God in Christ pastored by Rev. E.C. Pounds.
From there she served in Amite Church of God in Christ pastored by Elder. W. K. Gordon, Sr., After moving to New Orleans she faithfully worked as a dedicated member with Elder. H. M. Evans, pastor of the St. Phillip Church of God in Christ until her son was ordained as minister and became pastor. With love, she then united in fellowship with "The Whole Truth Church of God in Christ" New Orleans, La., with her son as her pastor. She served as Church Mother and President of the Bible Band. Her examples of the fruits of the Spirit; love, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith and meekness will endear for ever to all those who were blessed to come in contact with her.
To mourn her departure she leaves her husband, Mr. Alvin Moore, a son Rev. Eddie Jackson, Sr., and his wife Mrs. Cason Jackson, two sisters: Missionary Alma Gordon and Mrs. Viola Payne of Amite, LA; three brothers: Rev. Alex Richardson, Sr., and Mr. Ed Williams, Amite, LA, Mr. Johnnie Williams of Oakland, Californi; two aunts, eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and other relatives and friends of the family.
All information was pulled from her funeral program.